KD Rose /2 Poems/

Upstairs Downstairs

*Photo used with permission from Artist ‘DarkAngelOne’ on Google+. ‘DarkAngelOne’ is blind artist George Redhawk.

The Moment of NOne

Preach to me bitch
and cream me peach
soft feathery
sliding downward
still can’t breathe
a muse amused
too stupified
to run and hide you
tongue wagging dog

play for me pay
for me I’ll lay
for you coffee
cream sugar me
all the way cut
the core cut the
sound stop you’re near
don’t turn around
to silence me
don’t quiet me
rise up again
just be my friend, stop
my mind again
cut me open
don’t hold back come
on believe me
take my heart take
my youth wasted
on me craggy
body deceived
never liked me
never loved me
never saw you
come from behind
another time
still not this time
just take my mind
quite fine mind wants
to know can it
go? stay away
you rabid dog
infectious breed
breed apart sore to me
pressure point I’m going
to blow go below
whistle now kiss
me now and say
goodbye say when
again say now
say no I say
now take my truths
take my God take
my eyes from me
you little god
split my tongue
I am one one
one you are one
one one and none
you fucking son
you winged sun
magestic Sun.

 

 

K. D. Rose is a poet and author. K.D.’s favorite writers are dead and her other favorite writers are unknowns she reads in Literary magazines. K.D. regrets not possessing a piece of paper that says MFA but hopes you won’t hold that against her. K. D.’s book, Inside Sorrow, won Readers Favorite Silver Medal for Poetry. Publication is also forthcoming in Word Riot, Poetry Breakfast, Stray Branch Magazine, and The Nuclear Impact Anthology. Her poetry and short stories have been published in Candlelit Journal, the Voices Project, showcased in the Tophat Raven Art and Literary Magazine, and on Creative Thresholds online. Her latest release is Brevity of Twit. She has a B.S. in Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Social Work.

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